Need ideas, activities, and songs for teaching quarter rest, or ta rest? This is a bundled pack of four different products. Save 20% by purchasing this mega-set instead of the individual products!
This 140-page product includes:
SONGS AND ACTIVITIES TO TEACH QUARTER REST:
*Five folk songs/chants for teaching quarter rest, with notation and game directions ("Bow Wow Wow," "Naughty Kitty Cat," "Pease Porridge Hot," "See the old witch," and "Johnny caught a flea")
*Lessons and visuals for the book "Please Baby Please," by Spike Lee, Tonya Lewis Lee, and Kadir Nelson
*Quarter rest learning center directions, including a "Be a composer" worksheet for one of the stations
*Rhythm flashcards for quarter rest: Each page comes with two flashcards, which can be printed onto cardstock, cut into two (on the solid line), and laminated for frequent use. The flashcard set comes with 10 rhythmic patterns; with most of the patterns being commonly found in folk songs. The patterns are first written with noteheads, and then in stick notation (without noteheads). The flashcards can be used for reading practice, composition, instrument playing, transitions, and more!
*Partwork activities for "Naughty Kitty Cat" and "Bow Wow Wow"
*Lesson plan for presenting rest (35 minutes long)
*Listening lesson for Beethoven's Symphony No. 7, mvmt. 2
*Strategies to prepare and practice rest, physically, visually, and aurally
*Visuals for "See the old witch" and "Bow Wow Wow"(students can point to the icons representing the beat, and can identify why there are 1, 2, or no pictures)
*SMART Board file of 16 beats (to help aurally find the silent beats with the SMART board pen)
*SMART Board File for "Bow Wow Wow" (to present rest)
*Paper airplane reading game for reading ta, ti-ti, and quarter rest patterns, using a koosh ball or squishy ball. This is a PDF, but can be viewed like a slideshow by going to "view," then "full screen"
*Quarter rest pre- and post-test, with answer key
*Rhythm manipulatives for ta, ti-ti, and rest
*Quarter rest graphic organizer and answer key
*Bow Wow Wow fruit form SMART notebook (for students to label the rhythmic form with apples, bananas, and cherries)
QUARTER REST RHYTHM BINGO:
*30 different bingo cards with rhythmic patterns (including eighth notes, quarter notes, and quarter rests)
*A call sheet of all the patterns
*Suggestions for how to use the game, including how to assess
QUARTER REST POISON PATTERN SET:
*Six poison pattern cards (written both in stick notation and with noteheads--twelve cards total)
*Directions and suggestions for playing poison
*"Pick your poison pattern" worksheet, which can be used as formative or summative assessment
*Rubric and directions for the worksheet
I HAVE/ WHO HAS QUARTER REST GAME:
*28 I have/ who has cards with tika-tika, ti-ti, ta, and rest (eighth notes, quarter notes, and quarter rest), both numbered and not numbered
*Directions and suggestions on how to play the game
*A list of all the rhythmic patterns included
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If you don't have SMART notebook, you can view the SMART notebook files for free by opening them at express.smarttech.com.
If you use alternate rhythm names, such as "du" and "du-day," you can still use all of the files, as the rhythm names aren't specified within the files.
Prior Knowledge: It is assumed that the students know eighth notes and quarter note (ti-ti and ta) prior to using this mega-set.
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